"Elvis People: A New Comedy" tells the story of the King, using the man's funny and familiar mythology as a lens to view the latter half of the twentieth century.
With themes ranging from sensuality to loneliness, greed to obsession, ice cream to yogurt, this hilarious comedy takes you through American pop culture as it reveals the legacy of Elvis in the lives of people who worshiped him, served him, exploited him and wanted to be him.
84% of Americans claim Elvis Presley has affected their lives in some way: "Elvis People-A New Comedy" introduces you to some of those people.
Robert A. Rush presents
A New Comedy By Doug Grissom
Directed By Henry Wishcamper
© 2007 E.P. Productions Inc.
Performance of this work does not imply affiliation with nor approval or endorsement of Elvis Presley Enterprises.
All events and people depicted in this work are fictional and any resemblance of fact is coincidental.
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